1 Glenn Maynard, LPC 319 SW Washington, Suite (503) Fax: (503) EDUCATION: M.Ed. Counseling, Lewis & Clark College 1977 BS Sociology, Portland State University 1971 LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: WORK EXPERIENCE: Licensed Professional Counselor, Oregon #C0084 National Certified Counselor Master Addictions Counselor 1980-Present Private Practice Provide individual, marital, and family counseling to adults and adolescents. Offer specialized evaluation and counseling services in the area of substance use disorders. Provide consultation and training to healthcare organizations in program development, clinical services, management, and organizational change.
2 1997-Present Director Community Counseling Clinic Portland State University Provide administrative and clinical leadership to a training clinic in a counselor education program. Responsible for all clinic operations. Participate as a faculty member of the counselor education program, providing instruction in cognitive therapy and addictions counseling. Developed and instruct in the Graduate Certificate Program in Addictions Counseling Director Access Triage Services Providence Health System Designed, implemented, and administered a care access system for a regional behavioral health system. Services included emergency department social work, telephone based access/crisis services, and a freestanding psychiatric emergency service. Responsible for fiscal management, human resource management, strategic planning, community relations, and overall clinical services. Directed a multidisciplinary management team who supervised a total of 95 FT Director Chemical Dependency Services Providence Health System Clinical and administrative leadership of a comprehensive chemical dependency treatment program including detoxification, residential, outpatient, adolescent, older adult, and dual diagnosis services. Responsible for fiscal management, program development, human resource management, and overall clinical services. Integrated chemical dependency services with psychiatry to form a behavioral health division. Lead a multidisciplinary management team, which supervised a staff of 65 FTE.
3 Director Dual Diagnosis Services Providence Medical Center Planned, developed, and managed an outpatient treatment program for adults with co-existing psychiatric and substance use disorders. Integrated chemical dependency treatment into existing inpatient and day treatment psychiatric programs and psychiatric treatment into existing chemical dependency programs. Provided clinical supervision to a multidisciplinary clinical staff Clinical Supervisor Adult Inpatient Services Providence Medical Center Provided clinical supervision and clinical program development for an acute inpatient psychiatric service. Provided clinical leadership and supervision to a multidisciplinary clinical staff. Participated in case staffings and treatment planning. Served as a member of the management team of the Department of Psychiatry Director LINC/Gladstone Day Center Clackamas County Mental Health Gladstone, OR Designed and directed a psychosocial rehabilitation program serving adults diagnosed with chronic mental illness. Program included intensive casemanagement, day treatment, medication management, supported housing, vocational, and crisis services. Responsible for providing administrative and clinical supervision to a multidisciplinary treatment team.
4 Housing Coordinator/ LINC Program Supervisor Clackamas County Mental Health Marylhurst, OR Developed, implemented, and managed residential and intensive casemanagement programs to serve adults diagnosed with chronic mental illness. Supervised a multidisciplinary treatment team. Responsible for program development including grant writing Mental Health Counselor Washington County Mental Health Hillsboro, OR Provided assessment, diagnosis, and treatment services in an outpatient substance abuse treatment program. Services included individual, group, and family therapy to adults and adolescents. Provided outreach to correctional facilities and the juvenile department Program Executive Adult and Family Services Division State of Oregon Managed a program providing casework and protective services to older and disabled adults. Services included assessment, counseling, and resource development/coordination. Supervised a team of caseworkers Caseworker Adult and Family Services Division State of Oregon Provided casework services to older and disabled adults. Services included assessment, counseling, and resource development/coordination.
5 Welfare Assistance Worker Public Welfare Division State of Oregon Astoria, OR Determined eligibility for families applying for public assistance. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Chair, Public Policy and Legislation Committee, American Mental Health Counselors Association Present Board Member, Oregon Mental Health Counselors Alliance 2000-Present Board Member, Oregon Mental Health Counselors Association Member, Credentialing and Peer Review Committee PacifiCare Behavioral Health 2000-Present Member, Mental Health Redesign Task Force Inpatient Services Workgroup Multnomah County Behavioral Health Program 2000 Member, Advisory Committee Behavioral Health Direct 1998-Present President Oregon Mental Health Counselors Association &
6 Member, MH & CD Quality Committee Providence Health Plans Member, Behavioral Health Advisory Council Multnomah County Behavioral Health Program 1997 SELECTED PRESENTATIONS: Multidisciplinary Teams in Behavioral Healthcare American Mental Health Counselors Annual Conference Washington DC, 2004 Assessment and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders American Mental Health Counselors Annual Conference Seattle, WA, 2003 Dual Diagnosis Treatment Oregon Mental Health Counselors Association Newport, OR, 2001 Substance Use Disorders and PTSD Portland Police Bureau, Crisis Intervention Team, Working With Clients with Limited Coping Skills Southwest Washington Training Consortium Vancouver, WA, 1999 Assessment and Treatment of Depression in the Young Adult Clackamas Community College Oregon City, OR 1999 Dual Diagnosis Treatment Grand Rounds Department of Psychiatry, OHSU 1992
7 Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment in A Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program University of Maryland Baltimore, MD 1988 Developing Effective Working Relationships Between Casemanagers and Residential Providers Oregon Mental Health Division 1987 Developing Specialized Housing National Association of Housing and Rehabilitation Organizations Bellingham, WA 1986 Family Therapy with the Chronically Mentally Ill Oregon Mental Health Program Directors Association Gleneden Beach, OR 1986 Families and Clinician: Allies in Community Treatment of Chronic Mental Illness University of Washington Seattle, WA 1985 LINC: An Integrated Approach to Community Treatment International Conference on Psychosocial Rehabilitation Boston, MA 1985 Housing Models for the Chronically Mentally Ill Region X Community Support Conference 1983 Developing Housing Region X Community Support Conference 1983 Semi-Independent Living Programs for the Chronically Mentally Ill
8 Region X Community Support Conference 1982 Designing and Funding Semi-Independent Living Programs and Developing and Implementing a Transitional Living Program Oregon Mental Health Program Directors Association Gleneden Beach, OR 1981 HONORS: Who s Who In The West, 1996 Who s Who Registry, 1992 Meritorious Service Award, Mental Health Association in Oregon, 1981 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION: Oregon Mental Health Counselors Association American Mental Health Counselors Association REFERENCES: Provided upon request
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